Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 31, 1965 · Page 18
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Ironwood, Michigan
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Saturday, July 31, 1965
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TWO IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1963. fred Schon, Ontonagon, 60 miles Jolin Wilson, Mass, 78 miles; Fred Nardi, Trout Creek, 62 miles; W i 1 h o Kemppainen, Bruce Crossing, 44 miles, and Larry Garfield. White Pine, 24 miles. To aid the budget committee in preparing the 1965-1966 budget for the consolidated district, Supt. Haskins submitted a report of the combined budg e t s proposed by each district before Education of the Gogebic-jthe consolidation action. The to- Ontonagon Intermediate School I tal is $23,882 including the Goge- Consolidation Process of ISD Is Continued BESSEMER — The Board of District, meeting Tuesday at bic County operational budget of $11,112 and the Ontonagon Coun- the Bergland high school, continued process of consolidation i ty budget of $12,770. which was started at the Julyj Anticipated revenue of 14 meeting. i counties combined, totals both $41,President Wilfred J. S c h on ! appointed a committee to s e 11 up the financial the consolidated structure o f district and ;l draft a budget to be submitted for action at the next meeting Aug. 23, at 7 p.m. at the Bergland High School. Appointed are ' T. R. Wirtanen, R. Ernest Dear, John Wilson and Supt. Henry Haskins. Also appointed were 675 including the following: State aid, $10,000 ($5.000 each county); $13,700, tax revenue (6.500 Gogebic and $7,200 Ontonagon); 23,000, regular sources; in addition, 7,000 ($3,500 state aid to each consolidated county); and $10,875.14 from a balance of $7,152.80 in the Gogebic County fund June 30, 1965 due to the fact that the superintendent was not replaced af- C. E.lter six months service); and a T0x Committee to Meet on Thursday WAKEFIELD — The Citizens Tax Committee will hold a special mepting in the council chambers of the city hall Thursday, Aug. 5. at 7:30 p.m. All taxpayers interested in the tax problem i'i Wakefield are invited to' Associated Press Sports Writer attend as school finances will: BENTON HARBOR, Mich. Amateurs Begin Play for Crown Bv CHARLES CHAMBEHLAIN be discussed in regard to the tentative budget which will be adopted at the Aug. 9 meeting of the \Vakefield Board of Educa- (AP» — The Western Amateur, a unique golf endurance test with an introductory 72-hole tion. Any questions regarding the! qualifying trial, entered two tax questions in the city will be' days of match play for the answered at this meeting and i championship today, a round table discussion will be Dr. Ed Updegraff of Tucson, held where all taxpayers will, Ariz., one of two elder states- have an opportunity to expr ess.; men among 16 qualifiers from a their tax views. J. P. Cloon is! starting field of 180, was regard- Richards and John Wilson, t o i balance of $3,722.80 in the On- draft policies to be followed by tonagon fund '$ the board, based on the publi- * * * :U cation of board policies used by | The new budget, when drafted 1 the former Gogebic County] will be submitted for approval of ISD Board, and submit t h e m i the boards of education of con- for board action at the n e x t j stituent districts of both counties and to the public at an open ;> meeting. .i * * * I Discussion was held on programs of school district reor- I hearing. The board considered and ap proved the recommendation of ganieation in process in each of j Supt. Haskins that applicat i on the ed as a prime favorite because of his tournament seasoning. He won the title in 1957 and 1959 and was last year's medalist The 43-year-old urologist drew | 20-year-old Alex Antonio of Hub- WAKEFIELD — A meeting of! bard, Ohio, an Ohio State junior, the citv council will be h e 1 d i in the first round. Monday, Aug. 2, at 7:30 in the I Leading the younger set are the acting chairman for committee. City Council to Have Meet Monday city hall. On the agenda is the approval of the postponed regular meeting and special meetings The approval of the payroll and various bills; reports of the fire department, the municipal court and the finance de- Marty Fleckman, 21, the University of Houston's NCAA champSon, and Greg Pitzer. 18, of Westwood Village, Calif., Weste'.n junior runner-up last year. FlecKman captured medalist partment, and a communication | honors in the 36-hole qualifying from the department of correc- windup Friday with a 74-69 for 290 — six strokes over par for the 7,000-yard Point O'Wood's course. His final two-under-par 69 tions. Bids will be opened on six inch cast iron pipe. Discus- ion will be held on the William Ann Landers . *!• i the counties, it was noted that!be made to u \ e . st * te Depart- I the study of reorganization i n merit of Education for persmis- | compliance with the K-12 l£gis-| sion to conduct a survey of the I lation, in wnich Gogebic County! vocational education needs of the presented and studied. • is engaged, at present, concerns g only Gogebic County districts, $ since there are no non-K-12 dis- § tricts in -Ontonagon County. It f was decided that reorganization | committees^ which were organ? Ized prior to -the consolidation, I In each county, remain a s I 1ihey are — each group work- Is Ing on problems of reorganization of their respective counties. An effort is toeing made t o consolidate all other activities of the ISD administration of the as soon as pos- two .counties, sible. Sup. Haskins reprted that, he is working on .a schedule which will .enable him to divide his time equally between the two counties. He is considering spending alternate days i n I each .county office —one d a y in I the Ontonagon office, the next | to the Bessemer office. I -.,<*** f ; Supt. Haskins reported on f progress in consolidation a s | signed'to Him at the last meet£ Ing, by the board. He said he 15 has had checks and var i o u s 1 forms suggested, printed under I the heading "Gogebic-Ontonagon | intermediate School District;" I has transferred the general fund | account to the Bessemer N g V tional Bank, and the special i.d- | ucation funds to the Citi z e n s i: State Bank of Ontonagon, a s 3 directed by the board. 1 Since the Bergland High School f was selected as the place o f !;. meeting of the board, being ?' more or less centrally located, 7, Bupt. Haskins submitted a r e y port noting the milage to Berg$ land of places of residence o f ^ the respective board members. '•< The board of education a p * proved the report as a basis of t payment of mileage at 7 cents, f per mile, for attendance a t ft meetings (to Bergland and re••{ turn home), as follows. g T. R. Wirtanen, Ironw o o d j* Township, 84 miles, R. Ernest ; Dear, Ironwood City, 76 miles; f. Walter E. Bennetts, Bessemer, i 66 miles; C. E. Richards, '• Watersmeet, 80 miles by way *' of Bruce Crossing; Leo Arnet stad, Marenisco, 44 miles; Wil- ISD with a view to expanding opportunities for vocation al training. He submitted a tentative plan for the survey, which had been recommended by Theodore Sell, coordinator of vocational-technical education of the state department, who is working through Northern Michi g a n University. Objectives of the survey .are: A. To determine the feasibility of a cooperative two-county vocational education program. B. To determine how to make the most efficient use of existing facilities, equipment and personnel, and to find out what additional facilities are needed. C. To determine the vocational education needs of the people to be employed in local industry and-or trade and service occupations; the people employed in local industry and trade or service occupations who need further training or upgrading; the drop-out students; the unemployed and underemployed; the .students destined for termi n a 1 trade and technical programs. D. To establish a logical, well- defined transfer program with post-sacondary institution offering approved technical education programs. E. To * * * establish possi b 1 e IT'S A BEGINNERS COURSE IN "BOY- GIRLSMANSHIP" ANiraFUNICELLO mm HICKMAN BHiANDONLEVY nusmiKEATON .MicKfY ROONEY Cemlng WIDNISDAY I RONWOO THf A 7W£ means of finanqing and supervising a two-county vocational education program. Supt. Haskins noted that the deadline for filing applications is Aug. 2, in order to be eligible for federal aid in plan ning. Applications after that date will not receive feder a aids. The board approved filing ap plication prior to the Aug. date and authorized the superin tendent to attend meetings in Marquette on Aug. 2, relative the Vocational-Technical Educa tion program, and on Aug. 2 an 3 on the Elementary-Secondary Education Act, to be conductec by the Department of Educa tion. In other actions the board ap proved payment of claims in th sum of $1,571.91 itemized in th report; and approved the finan cial report as of July 27, showin a balance of $9,349.01. tratman lease of the g a r a ge topped Pitzer's 69-70—292. ite which will expire Aug. 20. j Pitzei, in the lower bracket 'he revised electric rates will be j with Dr. Updegraff, faced Georse Boutell, 21, of Phoenix, Ariz., recently crowned Trans- Miss winner. Fleckman, in the opposite bracket, met Don Albert, 32, of Colombus, Ohio, the 1952 Big Ten champion while at Purdue Wakefield Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Joh n s and family have returned to heir home in Charlotte, after spending several weeks visiting at the home of Mr. Johns' parents, Mr and Mrs. Joseph Johns, and other relatives and friends. Mr. ana Mrs. Joseph Sancehz, daughter, Mary Lou, and Rickey, Sullivan, Mo., and son Joeseph Jr., Detroit, are visiting at he home of Mrs. Sanchez' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Celeste Buc- anero. Mrs. Sanchez is the former June Buccanero. They were called here by the death of Mr Sanchez' sister, Mrs. Pedro Garla. Mrs. Sanchez was visiting icr sister, Jean Buccanero, in Honolulu and came to Wakefield by plane when word was received of the death of Mrs. Garcia. A 2-c Larry Anderson, Grand Forks, N.D., spent several days visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Anderson. The Rev. and Mrs. John Booko and family have returned to their home in Three Rivers, af- ;er spending two-weeks visiting Mrs. Booko's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Elmer Hanson, and other relatives and friends. Mrs. Booko is the former Bur n e 11 Hanson, Wakefield. Isabellas to Have Outing Monday Night BESSEMER — Our Lady of Guadeloupe Circle, Daugh t e r s of Isabella, will have an outing at the Eugene Winkows k i cottage, Lake Gogebic, Monday night, A potluck picnic supper is scheduled for 7 p.m. Assembly for transportation will be at 6:30 p.m. at the Pitrone Jewlery and Gift Shop ; Sophie and Lead Streets; all members needing tansportation are asked to be there at that time. K of C Installation Slated Monday Night WAKSFIELD — Bishop Magnar Council, Knights of Columbus, will hold an Installation of officers Monday evening, Aug. 2, at the council club rooms. The event will begin at 8. After the Inltatlon a program featuring a film strip will b e held by District Deputy Paul Martilla. Lunch will be served after the meeting. Sunday Dinner Pure strawberry flavor distinguishes this old-time pie! Skewered beef with onion, green pepper and tomato wedges, potatoes, green beans, salad bowl, bread tray, strawberry pie, beverage. STRAWBERRY PIE 1 quart ripe but firm strawberries Pastry for a 2-crust 9-inch pie 1 cup sugar Va cup flour Dash of salt Butter Rinse strawberries in cold water: hull; turn into a colan der or large strainer to drain thoroughly. Roll out half the pastry and fit into a 9-inch pie plate; trim, but leave plenty o: overhang. In a medium mixing bowl, stir together the sugar flour and salt. Add strawberries and gently fold into mixture Turn into pastry-lined pan; doi with 2 tablespoons butter. Rol out remaining pastry and cul vents in it; place over berries and fold edge' under top crust flute. Brush pastry with melted butter. Bake in a hot (400 de grees) oven until pastry'is light ly browned and juices begin to bubble up through vents—35 to 40 minutes. Allow to stand on wire rack until just warm and serve at once. RELIABLE Plumbing Fixtures and Workmanship is our motto, CALL } 932-0793 ... or 932-3030 A. EVAR ANDERSON & SON Mich. & Wis. Licensed Master Plumbers SUMMER FUEL OIL SPECIAL! C OFF REGULAR PRICE of No. I and No, 2 Fuel Oil Wisconsin State tested This offer expires Wednesday, Sept. 1st, 1965 LARRY BOYER FUEL OIL Phone 991-4101 Ironwood WITH THfNW PATT-0- RAMA 8286 I2M.26V* -NEWS IN CLASSICS— If your figure is slightly shorter than average, you'll like the precise cut of this classic with jacket created in half size. No. 8286 with PATT-O-RAMA General Tries To Regain Job LANSING (AP) — Maj. Gen. lonald McDonald, fired as state djutant general, has asked the ttorney General to start court roceedings aimed at regaining he post from the officer who olds it now. Deputy Atty. Gen. Leon Cohan aid Friday a decision on the equest would be made next eek. Gov. George Romney fired McDonald May 20 after finding im guilty of malfeasance, mis- easance and gross neglect of uty in connection with reported rregularities in the Michigan nilitary establishment. Romney recently appointed Vlaj. Gen. Clarence Schnipke as adjutant general. McDonald seeks a quo war- anto proceeding — challenging ichnipke's right to hold the job. He contends he is the rightful adjutant general. Under law, quo warranto requests must go first to the At- -orney General. If he decides not to handle a request—which often happens — the person seeking action then may go to court himself. Meanwhile, McDonald is proceeding with plans to appeal Romney's decision in the State Court of Appeals. The court has extended his deadline to ask for permission to appeal until Oct. 6 to give McDonald time to compile the massive transcript of Romney's 93-hour hearing in to the case. is in sizes 12'/ 2 , 14M>, 16'/ 2 , 18V 2 . 20'/2, 221/2. 241/2. 261/z. Bust 33 to 47. Size 141/2, 35 bust, tiress. 3 yards of 45-inch; jacket, short sleeves, 1% yds. To order, send 50c in coins to Sue Burnett, Ironwood Daily Globe, 407 S. Wacker Drive Chicago, 111. 60607 For Ist-class mailing add lOc for each pattern. Print name address with zip code, style No and size. Complete, Inspiring, easy to read—the fall & Winter '65 Basic Fashion. Send 50c now for your copy. .Answers Your Problems Dear Ann Landers: Why is it that my wife will not believe it when the gas gauge in the car registers empty? She always las fie idea there is enough gas left for one more trip. This morning (for the third time since Christmas) I've been ituck without gas. Not only was I late for an important business meeting I was arrested for obstructing traffic. (You can be sure the ticket is coming out of my wife's allowance.) When two people use the same car don't you feel the tank should be kept at least half full for the convenience of the other person? Your opinion (and support) will mean a lot. — FROTHING er and sister in law, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ostling, Norman Routanen has returned from Cornell, Wis., where he spent a few days visiting his counsin, Robert White. Miss Shirley Perander, Detroit, is spending a few days visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Perander. Miss Carole Ann Cusack, Detroit, spent a week as the guest of Mrs. Jack Heikkila and Mrs. Anna Heikkila. Shelly Jo and Kathy Lynn Cuneo, Big Rapids, are visiti n g their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Cuneo. They are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Cuneo. Dear Frothing: Of course you're right but if it's happened three times since Christmas get smart already. The little woman isn't about to change, so you'd better do the changing, if you want to protect yourself against the physical damage that often results from seething rages. Whenever you get into the car, assume that the gas tank will OP empty. Count on a stop at the filling station as your first order of business. Learning to accept the deficiencies of those we live with instead of trying to change them is the secret of many a good relationship A <r * Dear Ann Landers: I've b e e n reading your column for over nine years and you seem to have a great deal to say against mothers-in-law. I'll bet anything yours is a pain in the neck. My nnly son married a little nothing. She is plain looking, has no style, no family background, no taste, can't cook, can't bake, her house is a mess and her children look as If someone should send them Care packages. Yesterday I could stand it no longer so I said, "Lucille, dear, is there a reason for leaving that filthy dishrag in the corner of the sink?" She replied icily, "if it doesn't bother me w h y should it bother you?" One thing led to another and finally she said, "I resent your interfering in my life and I wish you would stop it." After All, Ann, I turned my she offered even one suggestion «r ft * Dear Ann Landers: My sister'i daughter Is getting married ii Septevnbei. She wants to invitt all our relatives to the weddini dinner. Her daughter wants U invite all her school friends and the people she works with. When I saw the guest list I aim o s i flipped When 1 told her It would cost a fortune she said, "No, we are going to do something novel—s Dutch treat wedding. We are asking the guests to send I checK for $5.00 with their acceptance." (this includes wine.) I've i.ever in my life heard ol such a thing and I told her so. She said, "Nobody ever heard ol the telephone until It was invented. We may start a trend. Please, Ann, print your opinion. I pwear this letter is no gag.— HOPING TO AVOID SOME RED FACES Dear Hoping: If your sister is determined you problably can- my is: Pauline Roscoe, San Francis- son over to this girl and I want co, is visiting relatives and!h er Jo do right by him Do you friends here. She is the house- consider a remark about a dish- guest of Mr. and Mrs. Kay Mazurek and family. Miss Karine Mykkanen, student Boys, Counselors Return From Trip ONTONAGON — Ten boys anc three counselors have returned to Eagle River, after spending four days at the Porcup i n e Mountains. The boys are from Camp Interlaken and the trip was a highlight of their summer vacation. Counselors were Bruce Handler, Eugene, Ore.; Saigon is one of the most crowded cities on earth. Two million persons squeeze t h e m- selves into 20 square miles, an area less than one-third the size of the District of Columbia. Richard Graham, Morris, 111., and Michael Kutner, Williamsburg, Va. Ontonagon Briefs A meeting will be held Monday evening at 7:30 at the Recreation Center to which all women bowlers are invited. The annual potluck picnic supper of the Eagles Auxiliary will be held Monday evening at 6 at the shelter house at the Ontonagon Township Park. Mrs. Hubbard Haney, Miss O. J. Juntunen and Miss Eleanor Huhta have returned from Kelso, Wash., where they visited relatives and friends. Eric Peterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Peterson, has returned to his home in Minneapolis after spending two weeks visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Erickson. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Hagen have returned to their home in Minnetonka, Minn., after spend' ing a week visiting her broth- of practical nursing now affiliating at Newberry State Hospi t a 1, spent a few days visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Veikko Mykkanen, and family. Miss Lucille Anderson, M i 1- waukee, Miss Bernice Anderson, New Orleans, La., and Mr. and Mrs. Jule Rossetti and fami 1 y, East Patterson, N. J., are visiting their mother, Mrs. William Anderson, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Furmanski and son have returned to their home in Milwaukee after spending a few days visiting friends and relatives here. They were houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Born. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Meindl and daughter have returned from points in northern Wiscons i n where they spent a week vacationing. With the exception of those of the cheetah, the claws of cats are retractile. rag "interference?"—JUST MOTHER HIS Dear His Mother: This is worse than interference, it's downright outrageous since it's her home, her sink and her dishrag. The dishfag was probably the straw that broke Lucille's back. About my own mother-in-law being a pain in the neck, you're mistaken. She's a gem Twenty-six years and never has not slop her. But if it's opinion you want here it Asking people to pay for their own dinners at a wedding celebration is in hideous taste. I hope she doesn't embarrass her family by going ahead with such gauche plans. a a * Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of this newspaper enclosing a stamped, self-aridressed envelope. Copyright, 1965, Field Enterprise*. Ine. 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